i want: Jeeves & Wooster Pendant Lights by Jake Phipps

Jeeves & Wooster Pendant Lights by Jake Phipps

Jeeves & Wooster Pendant Lights by Jake Phipps

THIS. THIS. THIS. What else is there to say about these amazing pendant lights. They would make a great addition to any sartorially inspired home. Love.

The Jeeves & Wooster pendant lights were designed as a playful take on lighting with a real sense of cultural identity. The hat is an object that often associates its wearer with a particular society, heritage or race. The bowler and top hat are classic British cultural icons reflecting a bygone era of imperialism, class divide, and eccentricity.

via Iconique Magazine

IDS09 Favourite Things – Atelier Jacob

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A friend of mine runs Atelier Jacob. I was in love with this booth setup. I though it was one of the best of the show. It radiated a nuclear-like glow paired with minimalist design. Toss in the beautiful duo of Team Atelier Jacob and you have the makings of an amazing fashion editorial.

The prototype chair on the right (duh) left is my favourite. Marco is working on fabrication materials and it should be put into production soon.

i want…

cul de sac design ceramics
cul de sac design ceramics

cul de sac design ceramics

cul de sac design ceramics

The blue ceramics stuck out the most with me, but you can get items in other colours. They also do custom work if their traditional designs don’t do it for you. I personally like the animals especially the owl. You can find cul de sac designs at this season’s One of a Kind Show and the Gardiner Museum.

images: culdesacdesign.com